And the award for the most unique loft in Toronto goes to 394 Euclid
This Heritage building loft oozes character. And, inside this old theatre building, #209 is the star of the show. This corner unit has 7 ft windows facing east and south, incredible 17 ft ceiling height in the living area, plus a 5 ft wide skylight. There are barn doors, and vintage elements of the building like windows and walls creatively incorporated. The kitchen reno by Binns Kitchen + Bath Design was even featured in a magazine. Seriously, it’s glorious. Design. Features. Fixtures. It’s the kitchen you have always dreamed you’d have.
The bright bedrooms upstairs are architectural marvels, drawing light from above and below, without sacrificing privacy. The principal bedroom has a massive walk-in closet with custom built-in storage, and the room even has a home office area incorporated into the second-floor mezzanine, complete with a glass balcony overlooking the living area
Just when you think it can’t get any better, stairs lead you to the 3rd-floor rooftop deck. Here, you can entertain, garden or just take in the view over Little Italy.
The Movie House Lofts is a character-filled boutique building on College Street, in the heart of Little Italy. Originally converted in 1998, this 18-suite building was an actual movie theatre, but now houses suites ranging from 670 to 1500+ square feet with up to 16-foot+ ceiling heights.
Most of the suites at Movie House feature large windows, and/or skylights that pour light in. Mezzanine bedrooms that overlook the main living space are common too, while top-level units feature rooftop terraces offering amazing options for those who love to entertain.
5 Things We Love
- Wicked hard loft-style – nothing like ANY of your friends’ places.
- Wicked location – Little Italy rocks, and the city is right there.
- Huge – over 1600sqft plus rooftop terrace, over 4 floors. Tons of storage space
- Bright – with lots of windows on 2 sides + skylight
- High-grade finishes & appliances – from a Wolf stove to Hunter Douglas blinds. Fancy!
About Little Italy
Although Little Italy now attracts all sorts of residents, the atmosphere is still very much Italian. This lively neighbourhood is packed with trattorias, trendy restaurants, cafés, pool halls, and some of the best bars in Toronto. The sidewalks are humming with activity on weekends – especially in the summer, with locals and visitors alike sipping espresso on outdoor patios. But the greatest magic of this neighbourhood is the quiet on neighbouring side streets, that play host to century homes, large trees, greenery, kids playing, and friendly front porches.
This is a neighbourhood with a true sense of community and pride of ownership. The 306 Carlton and 506 Carlton streetcars are practically at your door, and Bathurst Subway stop is a short 10 minutes walk. You are within three blocks of public libraries, indoor and outdoor pools, parks galore, and well –regarded elementary and high schools,. UHN Toronto Western Hospital with community health care and a globally–recognized research centre is just down the street. Plus, grocery stores, coffee shops, boutique shopping, and the LCBO are all at close at hand. Walking distance to Kensington Market, Bloor Hot Docs & The Royal Movie Theatre.